Lotta på Bråkmakargatan

Vintage dress - Lotta from Bråkmakargatan by Astrid Lindgren

Madickens hus på Junibacken

Junibacken is the name of the children's books writer Astrid Lindgren's museum in Stockholm.

Astrid Lindgren, illustrated by Ilon Wikland

Winter scene from Christmas in Noisy Village (Jul i Bullerbyn). Story by Astrid Lindgren, illustrated by Ilon Wikland.

Junibacken is the home of Astrid Lindgren's book character Madicken ("Madita" in German). The real Junibacken is located outside Uppsala in Sweden. It was rented out to the film company producing Madicken in the 1970s. EA.

Junibacken is the home of Astrid Lindgren's book character Madicken ("Madita" in German). The real Junibacken is located outside Uppsala in Sweden. It was rented out to the film company producing Madicken in the EA.

Junibacken is the home of Astrid Lindgren's book character Madicken ("Madita" in German). The real Junibacken is located outside Uppsala in Sweden. It was rented out to the film company producing Madicken in the 1970s. EA.

Junibacken is the home of Astrid Lindgren's book character Madicken ("Madita" in German). The real Junibacken is located outside Uppsala in Sweden. It was rented out to the film company producing Madicken in the EA.

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